The Crackersneck House is a historic octothorpe-shaped brick house built in 1933. It is located at 4 Crackersneck Court, just off of Pataki Avenue, in the Rodham Hill neighborhood of the City of Adustelan.
The house was designed and owned by eccentric architect and former vice-mayor of Adustelan, Harvey Giambrone. Upon his death in 1963 was sold to the City of Adustelan at auction for $55,000. The interior of the house consists of four large segmented rooms, each adorned with whimsical colors and pieces of furniture. The entire interior surrounds a large fountain located in the center of the house.
Tours of the house are offered every hour and are managed by the Adustelan Tourism Bureau. Tours take roughly 45 minutes.